Box Office Breakdown! Lego Movie Still #1! 3 Days To Kill Makes It To #2! Pompeii #3 And More!

Victory is mine! The LEGO movie remained number one for the third week in a row, making another $31 million, which propelled me to the top of the predictions chart.

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Kevin Costner’s spy thriller 3 Days to Kill opened at number two with $12.3 million. With a modest budget of only $28 million, this film could see some profit.

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Pompeii opened at number three with just $10 million. Its budget was ten times that amount, so it’s a safe bet to call this one a stinker. Better luck next time Jon Snow.

The RoboCop reboot fell to number four with just $9.4 million.

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The Monuments Men lingered at half-mast in the number five spot with $8 million.

About Last Night slipped to number six with $7.4 million, bringing its domestic total to $38 million.

The other Kevin Hart vehicle, Ride Along, drove into the number seven spot with $4.6 million. This one is a certified hit with a domestic total of $124 million so far.

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Frozen stayed fixed at number eight with another $4.3 million. That makes 14 weeks in the top ten. How long will this money making snow storm last?

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Endless Love plummeted to the number nine spot, from last week’s number five opening. Its domestic total did manage to cover its budget so we’ll call this one a wash.

Rounding out the top ten was Winter’s Tale. The $60 million fantasy epic was not able to win over audiences, with a domestic total of just $11 million in two weeks.

Check out the full box office chart below:

1 The LEGO Movie $31,450,000 $183,160,000
2 3 Days to Kill $12,300,000 $12,300,000
3 Pompeii $10,010,000 $10,010,000
4 RoboCop $9,400,000 $43,600,000
5 The Monuments Men $8,100,000 $58,050,000
6 About Last Night $7,400,000 $38,150,000
7 Ride Along $4,667,000 $123,173,000
8 Frozen $4,357,000 $384,061,000
9 Endless Love $4,301,000 $20,142,000
10 Winter’s Tale $2,130,000 $11,224,000

Next week, Liam Neeson will be battling Jesus for the top spot. Can his high flying thriller Non-Stop beat out Son of God? I’m going to take a risk here and say Jesus will prevail. Tune in to see if I’m right!

Until then, happy movie going.

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